Seasonal workers harvest pumpkins from part of the 1,200 acres that produce about 1.2 million pumpkins annually at Bottomley Farms in Ennice on Tuesday. Two years ago, company president and CEO Blan Bottomley told Bloomberg News, “If it weren’t for the Hispanic people, I couldn’t farm, couldn’t do nothing.”
Seasonal workers harvest pumpkins from part of the 1,200 acres that produce about 1.2 million pumpkins annually at Bottomley Farms in Ennice on Tuesday. Two years ago, company president and CEO Blan Bottomley told Bloomberg News, “If it weren’t for the Hispanic people, I couldn’t farm, couldn’t do nothing.” rwillett@newsobserver.com
Seasonal workers harvest pumpkins from part of the 1,200 acres that produce about 1.2 million pumpkins annually at Bottomley Farms in Ennice on Tuesday. Two years ago, company president and CEO Blan Bottomley told Bloomberg News, “If it weren’t for the Hispanic people, I couldn’t farm, couldn’t do nothing.” rwillett@newsobserver.com

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October 26, 2013 08:00 PM

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